Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) January 04, 2014
The Viewpoints TV show will air a series for parents considering homeschooling for their children.
The U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) released a report in the fall of 2013 which states that the number of children home schooled is over one and half million. The Center’s report shows the main reason parents choose to educate children at home is concern over public and private school environments. Other reasons include providing a moral education and dissatisfaction with the academics taught in other schools. The compelling program will inform viewers of choices in home schooling, the essentials needed for state educational testing, and other necessities needed to successfully educate children at home. The series will air this spring on national and regional cable television networks.
The program covers a variety of topics which affects people from all walks of life. Viewpoints Industry TV takes an in-depth look into different professions and offers a stunning view of the smaller cities, towns and hamlets throughout North America. Compelling topics which will be broadcast include new business technology, emerging workplace security practices, a best in education series, travel option, and much more. The show is hosted by a celebrity athlete who is known world-wide for his outgoing and charming personality.
Viewpoints TV is available for viewing on regional and national television networks and cable broadcast stations. The show producers film in many locations across the U.S.A. and Canada to bring the latest trends and developments in the technology, health, lifestyle and travel industries. Visit http://www.viewpointsindustry.com to learn more about the show, see sample video clips from past episodes, or connect with it on the many popular social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
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